Last Updated: July 27, 2016
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Fall Registration is now open! Information can be downloaded from the Handouts Section on the left, registration is done via Online Forms.  

 A REMINDER REGARDING M.A.B.A.'s POLICY ON LIGHTNING SAFETY:

Whenever thunderstorms are in the area of ANY M.A.B.A. game, practice or event, common sense must be used at all times. At the very first sign of a storm, M.A.B.A. policy is to immediately GET THE PLAYERS, COACHES and FANS off the field and to safety.That means under cover, not running around a parking lot or anywhere near the field. We urge the use of an emergency weather app such as Weatherbug which has an alert setting indicating lightning in the area. Safety comes first at all times -- Have an enjoyable season, please use common sense on the field. No victory is worth jeopardizing the safety of any players or fans.   

M.A.B.A.  Has A Facebook Site! Please Look Us Up, We Are Listed As Mid-Atlantic Baseball Association, Then "Like Us" To Get Up To The Minute Updates.   

General League Info
• Our Full-Time league consists of SINGLE AGE GROUPS of ages 8 and 9 that play single games during the week and Sundays and then 10 through High School (19U) age that have both a Division 1 and Division 2 in each that play games one weekday evening and a doubleheader on Sundays. (Note: Ages 14 and UP play two weekday games and a doubleheader on the weekend.)

The spring season begins in early April for 13U and under and ends with an M.A.B.A. divisional tournament at the end of June for each age group. The 14U and up age groups begin at the conclusion of the public high school regular season concluding with the end of season tournament in early to mid July.  We aloo hold an Awards Banquet in the winter to honor the top finishers from the spring season. The fall season begins the Sunday after Labor Day and continues for eight weeks of either 9 inning or doubleheader play on Sundays for the development of players.

Please let us know if you have any questions, or feel free to contact the appropriate age coordinator for more specific information.